This is the story of a stupid idealistic blogger.
This is a background story behind my vacuum blog posting recently.
I am an International Relation student, aspiring to be an International Relations analyst, having a high standard of foreign policy analysis, and referred by world’s decision makers. Then, I strive and used to make a super quality academic reviews, papers, and essays, made wholeheartedly with all my passion and hope for A grade or 95 score for all my works. I make it in hours, based on mounted books reference, and get it reviewed twice before submission date. It is super nice, I think, and I love it.
But then, it also hampers my creativity for blogging. Too much thinking, too much consideration, too much hesitation. In the end, I have nothing on my laptop. White paper syndrome, or screen, in my case. Super blank. One time, I wanted to write about my dreadful experience about being possessed by a spirit after my visit to Chinese graveyard. But I thought it’s a crap and I myself was too afraid to share it. In the next time, I wanted to show you my culinary expertise in making home-made spaghetti or a n orphan kitten I found in front of my house, yet I think it is totally not inspiring. I lost my courage and stopped writing any.
I know it is a problem, I mean, I believe it is either because my idealistic standard of writing or a discouraging experience I felt recently. Whatever it is, I have to keep writing, expressing my mind and thought, as the very vision of The Pusparaniology itself. Alright, if I refer to my aspiration to be IR analyst, even Joseph S. Nye has a blog as well!
I have just consulted to Refaldo Fanther, my lifetime-partner, an active blogger with 500 visitors daily. He told me how he organized his blog and share whatever popped up in his mind. Do write whatever you think and you feel, and share it. Let it be you personal channel showing who you really are, not an image. Yeah, he is right. Besides, who the hell will sue you for your blog post anyway? Haha..
Yap, this is my first blog post without review. Texted spontaneously in the middle of the journey to Cirebon, in a local made train. And featured with my sleepy travel mate picture from my simple webcam. lol.
Life as it is.Tags: blog post, Cirebon, Refaldo Fanther